BeeTree Homes

(904) 333-6187

Services Provided
Kitchen and Bath Design
Kitchen and Bath Remodelers
Custom Renovations
Custom New Construction
Commercial Build Out
Full Designer Service

Areas Served
North Florida
Ponte Vedra Beach
Atlantic Beach
Ameila Island
Fleming Island

Business Description
BeeTree Homes is an award winning Design Build Firm. We specialize in custom renovation and new construction. Our team approach and out of the box thinking sets us a part from our competition. We welcome the opportunity to help our clients bring their dreams for their spaces into fruition.

Certification and Awards
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Jax, FL Award-Winning Custom Builder, Remodeler & Kitchen Specialist
Katrina Hosea 
13361 Atlantic Blvd,
Jacksonville, Florida,
United States, 32225 
(904) 352-2356 
License #:
CBC 1251544 
BeeTree Homes commented on an ideabook

Smart Investments in Kitchen Cabinetry — a Realtor's Advice

Get expert info on what cabinet features are worth the money, for both you and potential buyers of your home Full Story
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Nice article. As a builder/remodeling contractor who specializes in kitchens and an avid cook, I valued your article. I subscribe to function first form second. A kitchen needs to flow well and look great. You can have both. The consumers drive the construction industry and they listen to what their buyers are asking for. Check out Wellborn Cabinets, They offer semi-custom and custom cabinets. Great product and it is made in the USA.
April 7, 2014 at 6:38am   
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"Tell us: What are your favorite cabinetry features that you're glad you invested in, either for yourself or for a future sale?"

My favorite cabinetry feature that I invested in for myself was in getting a a set of used, high quality cabinets from I bought an entire kitchen full of cabinetry for $3600 and spent under $1000 bringing it to Michigan. I Paid a friend perhaps $100 to scrub off the grime, then I sanded lightly, restained it, and hubby finished it with three coats of polyurethane. Our carpenter did the rest. He put on new oak veneer where he felt the cabinet boxes were worn. He followed my design and repurposed a 27" corner double oven cabinet into a raised dishwasher cabinet. He then made us three cabinets that we needed to make the kitchen perfect: a corner cabinet to fill the gap between our big dish cupboard and the wall oven cabinet on the adjoining wall, a drawer base for under the wall oven, and a cookbook cabinet with a door to match the cabinetry that I had fitted with a fluted glass panel. He reinforced the sink cabinet that had seen better days and converted two 30" wall cabinets to shallow base cabinets for me by making toe kick risers for them. I believe there were three cabinets that we did not use.

By re-using a 24 year-old set of Quakermaid cabinets, I received most of the modern accoutrements that we all love: a 33" base cabinet with pull-out trays, a pull-out tandem trash, pull-outs on either side of the island cooktop, a magical 36" pantry with rotating shelves, a regular 18" pantry cab, a skinny cabinet for trays, flip-out sponge/scrubbie storage panels in front of the sink, and drawers, drawers, drawers - some with dividers included! I have only one traditional base cabinet with shelves, and it is on the desk unit. I use it to hold rarely-used baking pans.

High quality cabinets can last a lifetime. Sometimes a new owner dislikes a cabinet style (mine are modern and unusual) or a homeowner simply wants a change and can afford to completely gut a perfectly good kitchen. When we did this project, I was just on the edge of being physically able to do the project, but we made it! I will be forever glad to look at the kitchen and remember the work we put into it and the money we saved. Having already done one custom kitchen with a wonderful local custom cabinet company, and the contractor who has since become our go-to- guy for everything, I knew what was involved. I just haunted the Green Demolitions site with my graph paper and kitchen dimensions and drew out possibilities with each possible kitchen they offered until the right one came along. It was a fun exercise in geometry and creativity. It challenged me to wait for the right set and not settle on something that "would do". It was also an exercise in waiting for the price to come down vs. the risk of losing out on the kitchen. Since we did our kitchen four years ago, prices at Green Demolitions do have a higher starting price, so that part of the balancing act is even more of a challenge, but the quality of the kitchens they offer has increased, as well. There are more sources for used kitchens, too. In some areas, Habitat for Humanity ReStores have entire kitchens in fairly good shape. Craigslist is another source. Look for quality name brands or older cabinets made without fiberboard. Plywood is a good cabinet box material. Doors should be solid wood or have at least solid wood frames.
April 7, 2014 at 2:46pm     
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Thanks so much for this tip, nancyinmich. I didn't know such a thing existed!
April 7, 2014 at 3:14pm     
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Color Feast: 6 Deliciously Uncommon Dining Room Color Combos

Give your mealtime space a generous helping of hues paired in a most refreshing way Full Story
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great ideas. I like articles that challenge me to think out of the box.
April 7, 2014 at 6:31am   
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Dana Veach
I somehow missed this ideabook when it was first published...what lovely examples you've included here, Jennifer! Thanks!
April 12, 2014 at 11:01am   
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So You Want to Build: 7 Steps to Create a New Home

Get the house you envision — and even enjoy the process — by following this guide from a seasoned architect Full Story
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Great article. As a builder I have great appreciation for the comment on putting together the best possible team. Building a custom home is a time consuming process and it can be either a blessing or a nightmare. The team leader as in all projects sets the tone and direction for the organization. Choose an effective leader and you will stack the odds of success heavily in your favor.
April 7, 2014 at 6:30am   
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liche-- CONGRATULATIONS!! WE FEEL YOUR PAIN AND EXCITEMENT….We just moved into ours this pass January and love it…now we are into pool design and picking fabrics--we are tapping out too LOL
April 7, 2014 at 3:34pm     
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Liche Cavazos
Kath, I've been explaining to family and friends we are in the labor pain stage! Lol.

Congrats on your new home!! Glad to hear the enjoyment is around the corner for us!!! Enjoy your pool! Praying we can have one too
April 7, 2014 at 4:10pm   
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We Got Lites

We are selling very similar ceiling lights on the houzz marketplace! Here is a direct link to one that we think will compliment that style bathroom very nicely!

March 19, 2014 at 3:00pm   
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I have this in our showroom. It is great for short ceilings.
April 3, 2014 at 12:40pm      Thanked by robertmarmbruster
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Joe and I are so excited about our new kitchen! The kitchen was 30 years old and was in need of a serious remodel. Thanks to Bee Tree and the design team we ha...
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Bee Tree homes was wonderful during the restoration caused by a pipe bursting. Katrina, Chuck and their staff were very attentive to our situation and made ver...
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Chuck and Katrina Hosea are THE BEST. When we purchased an 18 year old home recently, we hired BeeTree Homes to completely redecorate the interior and do exten...
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Bee Tree Homes built a custom home for us. They were also involved in a lot of the design and spent a lot of time with us and our architect. They provided the...
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Armed with a tremendous amout of knowledge and creativity, the BeeTree Team transformed our small, dated home into a wondeful living space that lis now open, l...
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